The Grand Boule…updated!


“At the dawn of the twentieth century black men of distinction had long functioned in various leadership posts, especially in the churches and benevolent association movement. Some, notably Frederick Douglass among them, had even served in high government posts. But by and large they lived lives separate from those of the black masses and the white professionals. In 1904 a small group in Philadelphia set out to create an organization that would provide a vehicle for men of standing and like tastes to come together to know the best of one another.”

Steve Cokely exposes the Boule Part 1

Steve Cokely exposes the Boule Part 2

 

Steve Cokely exposes the Boule Part 3

 

 

 
 

 

The “Boule” Fake Black Leaders!
 

 
 
 

 

 

 

Boule Symbolism / pt.1

 

Boule Symbolism / pt. 2

 Boule Symbolism / pt. 3

 

 

The Architectonics of the Pharaonic Temple


Excerpted from Vol.2, Chapter 23 of the book The Temple of Man

 

The master builder said to the disciple:  

 

 “You come from the earth, it has nourished you, and you will return to the earth. This element holds and keeps other elements. Know that everything that, of itself, diffuses outward without form needs a receptacle. Thus, Air retains the Fire of the Universe and Water retains Air, as Earth is the vase that holds Water and gives it form. Thus, Earth is the container of All. I speak to you of the Earth upon which you tread, the gross image of the spermatic Earth of which you are made.

 

          Always see in the lower things that your senses reveal to you, the image of things that your spirit alone can conceive when your senses are closed to the world of transitory appearances.

 

I will speak to you of architecture not building technique.

 

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The PAC and its contribution to Azania’s freedom


 

 For more than 30 years the movement’s (ANC’s) old Guard had spent their lives trying to win the acceptance of their white country men. They had been openly contemptuous of the ‘lower classes’ and had shied away from attempts to mobilize the masses, fearing that this would antagonize the government and the white public.”

 

Mangaliso Robert Sobukwe

First president of the Pan African Congress

  

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